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Thanks to eBay being so demanding, they have taken £33.60 out of my current account (used only for ebay) which had nothing in it. This now means i am overdrawn by £33.60 which i have no control over. Alliance and leicster have sent a letter stating that i must pay a fee each day it has not been paid. Does anyone know how much the fee is each day and if there is anything i can do to get credit from ebay because of this mess?


I later phoned alliance and leicster and they said that they have credited me £50 overdraft in which i pay 50p each day for using this overdraft or £3 if i keep it as it is. They also said that all i have to do is put £33 into my account and it will be back on track with no outstanding payments or overdraft.


Im so confused though, has anyone else had this and had hidden charges or am i in the clear if i put £33 in my account?

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Hello and Welcome,


A & L will charge you £5 per day for the unauthorised Overdraft :eek:


Nightmare, I've just payed them £75 for being overdrawn last month, at least Dick Turpin wore a mask.






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Is it possible to get this money back, i have just been charged £85 for going £5 overdrawn which they took off me to start with for not using the account, I didnt use the account and had moved so i didnt know i was overdrawn till a while after. I thought they couldnt get away with excessive charges.

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I'm in a similar situation. went over my overdraft by 69 PENCE and didn't realised as I have been very ill and had stopped using that account. The £5 they charged for not using the account took me over by the 69 pence. Now they have added a couple of hundred to it. I shall write to them and hope for the best.

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